Women Art Collectors and Entrepreneurs are the future of the Fine Arts market

Sep 4, 2018 · 3 min read

Bank of America’s US Trust branch recently published a study that points out women as the growing force of the Fine Arts market. More and more women become Art Collectors but also entrepreneurs, changing the future of the Fine Arts market.

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Woman entrepreneur working © Pexels

The gender gap in Art collecting is shrinking

“Women have more control of their financial life than ever, at least in the U.S. where we have found that women are the primary or equal income earner in 4 out of 10 households; half of them entered their relationships with more assets than their partners (…). Just in the past couple of years, we have been making more Art loans to women, which now make up about 15% of our loans, and we expect the upward trend to continue.”

The study also includes an interesting part about the Millennials. Read Art-Trope’s dedicated article to learn more.

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Archduke Leopold Wilhelm and the Artist in the Archducal picture gallery in Brussels, 1651 ©
David Teniers the Younger

Women Art entrepreneurs: from Collecting Art to redefining the Fine Arts market

Meet Virginie Tison, Founder of Art-Trope, the New Generation of Artists Agency

“Painting was my life and Art-Trope took its place naturally as the unique solution for Artists who wish to live from their Artwork. I know nothing else that solves the problems of international artistic career management in a long-term” says Virginie Tison.

For more information, visit our website at www.art-trope.com

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